DayJet Discontinues Flights

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - It was just seven months ago when officials announced a new kind of carrier at the Montgomery airport. Now that company is canceling all flights.

DayJet, a company that made its mark as the first "per-seat, on-demand" jet service says it has discontinued its jet services operations and has canceled all future flights.

The company says on its website that it made the decision after being unable to find financing in the current global financial crisis.

"We deeply regret the disruption and hardship to customers, suppliers and employees caused by this unexpected shutdown of commercial operations," said DayJet founder Ed Iacobucci.

The company says it will not be able to honor customer reservations or even issue refunds.

Customers who have any questions should contact Those to email are asked to provide their name, address, dates of travel, member number and reservation number in the email.

Those customers who used a credit card to purchase their unused tickets should call their credit card company.

Officials say though it is possible that funding could be secured in the future, it is "unlikely at this time".